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New unique NPL collection – Meet Your Neighbours

Over the last 4 years, Nature Picture Library have been building up a new and unique image collection called Meet Your Neighbours. This project was the brainchild of NPL photographers Niall Benvie and Clay Bolt, and now has a team of more than 70 contributors across the world documenting the animals and plants they find close to…

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Time to celebrate with Trevillion Images

Trevillion Images have just celebrated the launch of their fantastic new website www.trevillion.com, and as part of their celebrations, they have today announced the lucky winner of their iPad mini competition. Entrants from around the world were invited to send in their favourite Trevillion image which really symbolised ‘Celebration’ for them. Trevillion were inundated with…

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Report Digital has a new website

Report Digital have moved to a new public website with many features to help you search for high quality pictures and video. You can filter your results more accurately, view galleries of current national and international events, as well as explore categories/subcategories of pictures from our professional contributors from around the world. A motorbike enthusiast performs…

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Mary Evans Picture Library now represents National Museums Northern Ireland

Mary Evans Picture Library are delighted to announce their new representation of National Museums Northern Ireland’s superlative collection of fine art paintings, watercolours, photographs and prints, containing works of international importance and historical significance. The first showcase of this wide-ranging collection, highlights the variety of artistic styles and periods covered in the fine art of the Ulster Museum. The…

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Feedback Loops – new work at Millennium Images

‘Feedback Loops’ presents works from Dobrowolska’s and Ormond-Skeaping’s ongoing body of work on The Tibetan Plateau that began in 2012 as ‘Time Of The Glacier’. Known as the Third Pole the Tibetan Plateau plays a crucial role in global climate and the Asian water cycle. Rising temperatures on the Tibetan Plateau have resulted in rapid…

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Magnum Photographer Peter Marlow: 1952-2016

Very sad news for our member Magnum Photos as one of their photographers Peter Marlow passed away on 21st February 2016. A British photographer, his images portrayed beautiful calm and stillness that he himself embodied. Magnum London’s Vice President Stuart Franklin has written this moving tribute, which you can read here and you can see…

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4Corners Images of China

China is changing fast, and many young people are leaving the countryside to find prosperity in the cities. As a consequence, ancient traditions and distinctions between ethnic groups are endangered or dying out, swept aside in the inexorable march of progress. China, Guizhou, Miao woman dressed in traditional costume, wearing a hat that weighs 5…

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Nature Picture Library December and January highlights

Nature Picture Library have added more than 4000 new images to the site in the last 2 months. Check out the latest highlights galleries! December 2015 has cute foxes, lots of primates, wild budgerigars, bioluminescent creatures and Indian head-hunters as well as reindeer, rainforests and rare coverage on endangered species. January 2016 includes Alex Mustard’s…

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Many social media sites still remove image rights information from photos

IPTC press release. IPTC releases results of 2016 Social Media Sites Photo Metadata Test Important image metadata is not retained in images after upload to some of the most popular social media sites, according to a study by the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC).  The missing data includes key copyright and identification information as well…

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4Corners Images – Brazil 2016

The eyes of the world will focus on Brazil again this summer as the Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro in August. In 4Corners’ special selection of images from Brazil, you’ll discover Brazil beyond Rio de Janeiro, Copacabana Beach, Sugarloaf Mountain, and Christ on Mt Corcovado. Brazilian people are well-known for their ready smiles…

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